I thought that I might post this here to get some helpful opinions. :)
I got the base form of this deck from one person in our Finnish Pokémon forums, and I have been trying to make it a bit better and more suitable for me to play. Like, I have no Uxie Lv. X or Azelf that the original list had in. :D
This is my deck list at the moment:
3-2-2 Feraligatr Prime
2-2 Kyogre&Groudon Legnend
3 Kyogre LA
1 Unown Q
2 Super Scoop Up
3 Pokémon communication
2 Warp point
1 Luxury Ball
4 Bebe's Search
2 Pokémon Collector
2 Underground Expedition
2 Interwiever's Questions
14 Water Energy
So pretty much the point of this deck is to discard opponent's cards from his/her deck with Mega Tidal Wave attack of Kyogre/Groudon until the opponent has no cards in their deck to draw. The attack discards 5 cards and also does 30 damage to every Pokémon in opponents bench for every energy discarded that way, so it has a change to knock out some weakys from their bench like Uxie/such.
Ideal situation would be to get Spiritomb and Totodile in the beginning and start to build up Feraligatr Prime with Spiritombs help. Feraligatr Prime is here only because it's power to load water energies quickly. Kyogre LA can also help loading two water energies with his Drizzle attack, but it can hit too and it is good to have in front while trying to build up the Legend. Fisherman-supporter pairs up well with Kyogre LA because Kyogre has to discard 2 water energies when attacking. With Fera's power you can just shove two more energies for Kyogre after attacks so it can attack every turn if you don't run out of energies.
Hmm but yeah.
It works out pretty well on the paper, but I think that it has a huge down side. When the deck is like this, the Kyogre/Groudon Legend can't attack to the opponen't active Pokémon at all. It might be a trouble when opponen't has a strong Pokémon in the front that also hits hard. Like Scizor Prime. It is fast and can hit hard. I haven't won even a single match against Scizor Prime deck. :D
So my problem is, should I add some fighting energies or something else to this deck for more attacking power? Kyogre/Groudon has the other attack that discards 5 cards from my deck, and hits 100 damage to opponents active Pokémon for each energy discarded that way. But it needs fighting energies that I don't have in my deck at the moment. If I add the needed fighting energies, what should I drop from my list? And is there any way (Poképower, Trainer, Supporter, anything?) to ensure that there would be some energies in my own top deck for the needed damage?
That's it pretty much. Sorry about the long explanation. :D
Any helpful tips and tricks are appreciated. :) If I don't come up with anything better I'm going to play with this deck now on the new MD-on format. My very first tournament would be only after a week. :'DD